Will Ronald pass his interview when he can’t even take a chat with his lawyer seriously? Plus we all know the couples that are truly “happily ever after” are all on Pillow Talk. It’s clearly a translation issue. Julia is definitely overreacting. gives us something. Is it as good as the Family Chantal’s best moments? Mike and Natalie may not be interesting anymore, but the family dynamic forced on Happily Ever After? After this, there’s a cut to Mike starting the grill, and then we come back to the Hooker Accusation. • I’m glad Julia got her Green Card! • The only thing Mike loves more than describing a Thanksgiving menu is building a woodpile. This is the spin-off that gave us the Family Chantal’s infamous dinner fight and Jay cheating on his wife by sleeping with women in a barbershop bathroom! The tension is so hard and wonderful to watch. • No, really, Libby, stop crying! The way Ronald acts, I don’t think he even wants to come to America. Apparently, Mike’s mom said the word “hooker” to Natalie. VULTURE NEWSLETTER
Keep up with all the drama of your favorite shows! To get what I want.” Chuck looked like he would do anything to keep his daughter and granddaughter in America. No, she’s not a human who communicates with words. She doesn’t know anyone here! I really don’t think Ronald is going to pass this interview, but I wish Tiffany would be more honest about their relationship being on thin ice. Chuck’s boat speech about family and “why they do what they do” seemed like a lazy set-up for a spin-off no one will watch. This is why we watch. Andrei thinks he’s being clever, but he’s not. I still can’t think of anything Brandon’s parents could do at a birthday party that would be interesting enough for them to get mad about it, though. I’m glad he’s okay! They don’t get to define her experience!! Chuck and Charlie also think they’re clever. Manipulate him? 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? She really looked shocked that a doctor would not do dangerous surgery just because she wants it! She isn’t telling him she’s talked to divorce attorneys. Libby manipulates her dad with tears just as much as Andrei uses his whole visa story. Related

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Tags: She lets her reptilian instincts take over and begins an onslaught of passive-aggressive remarks, silent treatment, and weird giggles. There are no winners among Andrei, Libby, and her family. But, like, even the dog looks shocked. • Someone finally tells Angie no! Troubled Waters

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Episode 7

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Let’s be real, Happily Ever After? They keep trying to tell her it’ll be so easy for her to raise a kid alone in a new country! I laid it out in my guide to the series: You can make the argument that most of the 90 Day Fiancé universe has an educational, documentary-like aspect, but Happily Ever After is for those of us who want the drama. Does it really matter, though? • When Tiffany said “It’s literally in your hands,” I have never seen a woman, a mother, a wife, a daughter, so tired. Tiffany may have told him the truth about Ronald’s record, but when he asks if their relationship is stable, she just sips her drink. Mike gives her a hug and Natalie starts repeating, “Don’t touch my pussy while I’m cooking, I think it’s dirty.” Trish is clearly shocked but plays along with Natalie and tells Mike to stop. To be clear, Natalie at first says, “Why your mom call me hooker?” Then she starts to say, “Why did your mom say the word ‘hooker’ to me?”

What’s important here is context. Ronald is the other know-it-all asshole featured in this episode. Tiffany’s father agrees to sponsor Ronald, even though Tiffany lies to him. • We get a brief scene with Yara standing her ground against Jovi and his mom. Mike does nothing, because he’s Mike. That would probably be a bigger red flag to her dad than anything else. Well, not exactly. is absolutely the trashiest spin-off within the 90 Day franchise. There are few things to learn from these moments. And anyway, the more interesting part of their story is Andrei’s manipulation of his visa status to maintain his job! Natalie probably doesn’t realize you shouldn’t say “pussy” around mother-in-laws of a certain age. They’re also all such bad actors that the escalations are clearly formulated for reality TV. No one is rooting for any of them. Before this outburst, Mike walks into the kitchen and Natalie asks him to leave because it’s too packed. Does Natalie take the chance to clear this up? fans are the bottom feeders (Happy Pride Month!) of the 90 Day Universe: We are here to gobble up the trash, the fights, the adultery and whatever else. Season six has been a slow build, but “Troubled Waters” finally gives us what we’ve been craving. Email

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• Asuelu said “eat some pussycat” on national TV. I think it’s more likely Trish made a joke referring to hookers and Mike thinking he can just touch her pussy while she’s cooking and Natalie misunderstood. Natalie finally throws the temper tantrum we’ve been waiting for and it’s perfect. Happily Ever After? Terms & Privacy Notice
By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice and to receive email correspondence from us. You can’t have sympathy for Andrei or Libby when every talking head interview Andrei does is just him going, “Chuck is a big idiot, I will lie to him and… what is this word? Outside of the Family Libby and Ronald/Tiffany, “Troubled Waters” maintains its five-star status. The episode mostly hinges on the Family Libby, with TLC hyping their “boat fight” all week. They are just perfect, hard-to-watch morsels of reality-TV goodness. Libby’s siblings haven’t been told this is why Chuck gave Andrei a job, and it’s only going to strengthen their arguments against Andrei. Trish’s roommate Ron provides the outsider perspective we all need. (Getting paid to sit back and watch 90 Day Fiancé while talking shit is the gated community of 90 Day spin-offs.) If that’s not an option, the happiest of couples just leave the series and live their happy lives.